The Arizona House April 6 voted down a bill that would have made some Arizonans wait longer before getting divorced, despite changes made to address the concerns of critics.Read More »
Rep. Sonny Borrelli is hoping to circumvent an obstructive committee chairman with a new plan to swe...
The House has given initial approval to a measure that would block voter-outreach groups from collec...
Republican lawmakers looking to increase Arizona's say in national elections have passed a measure t...
A state Senate committee voted 5 to 2 Thursday for a bill that Superintendent of Public Instruction ...
A jubilant Senate claimed victory on a historic public safety pension overhaul on Thursday, passing ...
Republican lawmakers want stiffer penalties for Arizona cities that skirt federal immigration laws a...
Flanked by Senate President Andy Biggs, local officials and a coalition of various public safety gro...
Republican lawmakers angry at a proposed ballot initiative backed by Arizona hospitals that would raise taxes for the wealthiest residents to pay for some health care programs are fighting back by proposing to instead tax hospitals and other providers.Read More »
The Senate passed a bill April 5 that would crack down on child prostitution and allow victims of child sex abuse to bring civil actions against their alleged perpetrators years after they have become adults.Read More »
Supporters of the state's fledgling film industry failed to persuade the Senate to create a new tax credit program aimed at luring - and keeping -movie productions in the state.Read More »
The payday loan industry is making another attempt to extend its life less than a month after its efforts were rebuffed by a panel of lawmakers, critics of the industry said.Read More »
You may soon be able to buy liquor early Sunday morning. The Senate has adopted an amendment that would allow alcohol retailers to restock or sell liquor between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. on Sunday.Read More »
Democrats successfully revived legislation that would allow those who have been sexually abused as a child to bring civil actions against their alleged perpetrator years after they have become adults.Read More »
Could Arizona be the next Mecca for film production companies? Supporters of a bill that aims to extend tax credits for film producers believe the state has that potential. They say it has the scenery, the proximity to California and the ability to develop a talent pool that would be sufficient for big-time productions.Read More »
Supporters of a bill that aims to extend tax credits for motion picture companies face a new hurdle: A fiscal analysis shows the program would cost the state as much as $40 million beginning in fiscal 2012.Read More »
A bill that would ban homeowners associations from regulating parking on public roadways is one of several measures filed this session that would change the way homeowner associations operate.Read More »